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Tabor Village announces the acquisition of Valhaven Care Home
Tabor Village has acquired Valhaven Care Home. The acquisition closed on January 16, 2017 and increases Tabor Village’s capacity to care for an additional 26 seniors.
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Cherry Lane Improvements
Much work has taken place over the past year to plan for the renovations to Cherry Lane that have been promised and made possible by generous donors.

The delay in proceeding has been due in part to new standards required to remove hazardous materials contained within the existing walls, flooring and ceiling of Cherry Lane.  A hazmat report has been completed that outlines the steps and precautions needed to do this work safely, for both employees and residents.

The planned renovations include the tub room with a shower and new therapeutic bathtub, a dining room and kitchen, and opening up the existing nursing station to make it more accessible for seniors.  The twenty-person dementia care neighborhood will also get a fresh coat of paint and decorations to freshen up the living environment to current expectations. Click here to see the plans for the renovations/

Leading from the Heart

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Annual Report: A lot has happened at Tabor Village over the past year! Read all about our accomplishments in the 2016-2017 Annual Report.

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Strategic Plan: Before we know where we want to go, we must first acknowledge where we have been.  Join us in a review of the previous strategic plan, and as we look forward to what the next five years hold for Tabor Village.

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The Tabor Village News: For interesting articles, and to find out what is happening at Tabor Village, check out our quarterly campus newsletter hot off the presses!!

  

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Press Releases

 

Vancouver Province Opinion Editorial: Rhinestone Cowboy Shines Spotlight on Alzheimer Disease

August 11, 2017
Country superstar Glen Campbell's documentary about dementia and his experience with it, I'll Be Me, is explored in this piece by Executive Director Dan Levitt.  Click here to read the full article.

Abbotsford News Story: Eat Well, Feel Well- The Effect of Gluten on the Brain

June 9, 2017
Rika Mansingh explains how gluten interacts with our brain, and what we can do about it.  Click here to read the full article.

Vancouver Sun Opinion Editorial: Build Community Around Where Seniors Live

May 13, 2017
The rising tide of seniors coupled with increasing cases of dementia has led aged care industry leaders to drive the typical standalone old age institutions out of existence. Click here to read the full article.

Abbotsford News Story: Eat Well, Feel Well- Are You Addicted to Sugar?

May 12, 2017
Rika Mansingh explains how sugar consumption can affect your mental well being and energy levels.  Click here to read the full article.

Abbotsford News Story: Eat Well, Feel Well- The Role of Diet in Mental Health

April 21, 2017
Rika Mansingh discusses the link between healthy eating and mental health. Click here to read the full article.

Vancouver Sun Opinion Editorial: Senior-Friendly Communities Not Just in Fairy Tales

February 4, 2017
Once upon a time, seniors were set aside in nursing homes. Wouldn’t that be a nice story for the aging baby boomers running the nursing-home industry to write? Sweet dreams. Click here to read the full article.

Vancouver Sun Opinion Editorial: I hope I (don't) die before I get old - Talking about my generation

May 2, 2016
Berkshire Hathaway held its annual shareholders meeting over the weekend, drawing thousands of investors to Omaha, Nebraska to listen to the financial insights of 85-year-old Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett and 92-year-old Vice-chairman Charlie Munger.  Click here to read the full article.

Tabor Village acquires operations of Valhaven Care Home, Abbotsford

February 11, 2016
“This is a vibrant, aged care community with a long standing tradition of service to older adults and we are excited to welcome both seniors and employees to the Tabor family,” says Dan Levitt, Executive Director of Tabor Village.   Click here to read the full article

 

 

 

 

 

In their own words

"On behalf of my family I wish to express our heartfelt gratitude to all the staff and volunteers who provide kind and caring support to our dear Mom. It is a great comfort for us to know she is safe and in a peaceful spirit despite her many years with dementia. You have become her surrogate family in our absence, and we are eternally grateful. Psalm 41:1 states "How blessed is he who considers the helpless; the Lord will deliver him in a day of trouble." May God richly bless and strengthen you all as you continue to be a blessing to residents in Tabor Home."
~ Phyllis Bolton, daughter of Tabor Home Resident and member of the Family Council.

 

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